Nets 117 (5-7), Bulls 111 (4-9)
The Kyrie-less Nets managed to drop 43 points in the fourth quarter to pull off the road win.
Joe Harris dropped 22 points with 8 dimes and had a +16 plus/minus. Spencer Dinwiddie scored 20 of his team-high 24 points during the fourth.
Bucks 102 (9-3), Pacers 83 (7-6)
Milwaukee took care of business against a depleted Pacers squad.
Giannis Antetokounmpo dropped a game-high 26 points with 13 boards, 6 dimes and had +19 plus/minus.
Hornets 103 (6-7), Knicks 102 (3-10)
The Knicks looked like they were on their way to their fourth win of the season, but a red-hot Devonte’ Graham ripped their hearts out with a game-winning three.
Graham dropped a game-high 29 points, including 9 threes.
Rockets 125 (10-3), Wolves 105 (7-6)
The game was close until the fourth quarter, when Houston outscored the Andrew Wiggins-less Wolves by 12 points.
James Harden dropped 49 points on an insane 41 shot attempts (22 three-point attempts), finishing with a +16 plus/minus.
The Rockets have now won 7 straight.
Pelicans 94 (3-9), Heat 109 (9-3)
Miami took care of business against a depleted Pelicans team.
Jimmy Butler dropped 16 points, with 13 dimes and 8 boards, finishing with a +22 plus/minus. Bam Adebayo added 18 points with 14 rebounds. Kendrick Nunn dropped a team-high 22 points.
Raptors 102 (8-4), Mavs 110 (7-5)
Up 14 points mid-way through the fourth quarter, the Mavericks nearly blew the entire lead, but ultimately was able to hang on.
Luka Doncic dropped a game-high 26 points with 15 boards and 7 dimes.
Blazers 121 (5-8), Spurs 116 (5-8)
Down by 15 points early the third quarter, the Spurs would go on a run of their own after Gregg Popovich was tossed from the game. San Antonio would take a 15-point lead in the fourth, but Portland rallied back to regain the lead.
Damian Lillard dropped 22 points with 6 dimes, finishing with a +18 plus/,minus. CJ McCollum added a game-high 32 points with 7 dimes.
After the heartbreaking loss, San Antonio has now lost 5 straight.
Hawks 101 (4-8), Clippers 150 (8-5)
The Clippers simply couldn’t be stopped, as the TEAM shot 53.8/51.5/94.3 splits for the entire game.
In just his second game this season, Paul George dropped 37 points, scoring the most points of any Clipper in his home debut. PG would finished with a +28 plus/minus.
Ryne Nelson is a Senior Editor at SLAM. Follow him on Twitter @slaman10.